Emilio Pucci, the man behind the iconic Pucci print, got his start in fashion rather humbly: by making clothes for the ski team at Reed College in Oregon. In 1949 a <i>Harper’s Bazaar</i> photographer took note of Pucci's designs on the slopes, and the rest is history. The Pucci name is synonymous with wild, kaleidoscopic prints, bold color combinations, and flowing, beautifully cut fabrics. The power of Pucci’s trademark sensual, madly pulsating designs is harnessed by simple shapes and perfectly placed seams. Celebrities and jet-setters adore Pucci’s dresses, scarves, sunglasses, and shoes: Sophia Loren, Kylie Minogue and Madonna are loyal brand ambassadors, Jackie Kennedy was a fan, and Marilyn Monroe was buried in a favorite pale-green Pucci dress. Today the Pucci empire includes swimwear, home décor, perfume and men's accessories, providing a plethora of options for tastemakers with an eye for audacious design.
On the move, impossible to pin down, and only in town for the holidays, globetrotters have specific needs. Since you can’t easily pay for their passport renewal, we suggest comfortable clothes that are ideal for long flights and easy layering, luggage and related travel accessories, and, if you really want to blow them away, one of our Jetsetter packages—to Paris, Prague, or Budapest, perhaps. That’ll be sure to satisfy their wandering ways.
Re-energize your wardrobe with this huge selection of glamorous dresses, edgy pleated blouses, and more from world-class designers like Derek Lam and Narciso Rodriguez. And at up to 75 percent off, their attainability level just went up a notch. Find the too-good-to-pass-up pieces you can finally make yours — and quickly, before they’re gone!
With the weather getting frostier, it's time to consider ultra-warm outerwear. And the avant-garde cuts, eclectic fabrics, and artful details that define the sleek, modern picks in this sale are guaranteed to spice up your coat closet. We’re partial to the wool overcoat with ruffles and and a bow by Valentino; the graphic down jackets by Emilio Pucci; and the floor-sweeping wool numbers by Yohji Yamomoto.
Exceptionally graceful dresses and separates from the budding New York brand.